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Video shows group violently attacking man in middle of downtown Pittsburgh
A violent attack happened steps away from downtown Pittsburgh’s Market Square last week.
Million-dollar Pennsylvania Lottery winner: ‘I thanked God for helping my family’
PITTSBURGH, Pa. (WTAJ) — A winner of the $1 million New Year’s Millionaire Raffle thanked God for her win and can now take care of her children’s college education. The PA Lottery presented the commemorative million-dollar check to Ruth Schultz of Allegheny County. “I took a moment to pause and thank God for helping me […]
Morning Roundup: Police say Aliquippa man attacked dog with hatchet
Police say Beaver County man attacked dog with hatchet. An Aliquippa man allegedly a dog with a hatchet, causing the animal to lose its left ear, police said. The dog’s owner said David Askew III hit his dog with a hatchet and then ran off Wednesday, according to a criminal complaint obtained by TribLive news partner WTAE.
Video shows dazzling lightning bolt flash across Downtown Pittsburgh skyline
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Lightning danced across the Pittsburgh skyline on Wednesday morning as a round of wet and severe weather hit the region.Tower Cam caught a particularly large bolt of lightning flash across the sky around 8:30 a.m. A booming clap of thunder shook Downtown a short time afterward.It's difficult to tell exactly where the lightning struck but it appeared to be somewhere in the Oakland neighborhood.KDKA's John Shumway reached out to WQED to find out if it hit their tower, and to the University of Pittsburgh with concerns about the upper part of their campus. However, both said the...
‘Code Blue’ declared for Wednesday night through Friday morning in Allegheny County, Pittsburgh
A “Code Blue” action has been declared by the Allegheny County Department of Human Services and Pittsburgh.
We asked, you answered: What’s your favorite grocery store in Pennsylvania?
From family-owned community staples like Urbaniak Brothers in Erie, to Central Pa. favorite Stauffers of Kissel Hill, to chains like Giant Eagle and Aldi, our readers weigh in on their favorite grocery stores. In a recent ranking of the best and worst individual grocery stores in the country, several Pennsylvania...
Lightning strikes yard in Wexford, damaging 2 homes
Several lightning strikes hit a Wexford family’s yard Tuesday night.
Child found wandering alone in Pittsburgh neighborhood treated for hypothermia
Pittsburgh Police found a child wandering alone outside early Thursday morning.
‘Raging Rapids’: Some Moon homeowners looking for fix for ‘river’ in their yards
A homeowner reached out to Channel 11 for help with finding out who’s responsible for figuring out a solution.
Thursday will be Pittsburgh's coldest weather day of the week
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) - Yesterday's 0.69" of rain has bumped our monthly rain totals up to 1.76". We are still 0.86" of an inch behind the normal monthly pace.After two stormy days, we finally get to dry out a little for the final day of February. WEATHER LINKS: Current Conditions | School Closings & Delays | Submit Your Weather PhotosToday will be dry from start to finish with just some lake effect snow showers possible well north of I-80 this morning. Skies will start off partly cloudy but should be mostly sunny for the afternoon. The sunshine won't help warm us up...
2 Allegheny County schools evacuated after bomb threats
At least two schools in Allegheny County received a threat Wednesday.
The Ultimate Pub Crawl: 4 Wexford Pubs Worth Your Time
In this article, we're going to explore four must-visit pubs in Wexford. Have you had the chance to visit any of these yet? If you have, we'd love to hear your thoughts in the comments section below.
Decision handed down on hostile work environment complaint filed by Pittsburgh officer
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — The city has decided on the hostile work environment complaint filed by a veteran Pittsburgh police officer. Officer Christine Luffey said she feels vindicated and relieved after learning on Wednesday that she won her complaint against one of those supervisors at Zone 3. "I feel that they punched me into a corner, and I knew that I was fighting back. I would regret it if I didn't," said Luffey, a community resource officer. The news came two days after KDKA-TV reported that Luffey, a fierce animal advocate for 30 years, filed the complaint on Dec. 15, 2023,...
Why UPMC has decided to lift the latest masking requirement at its facilities
The University of Pittsburgh Medical Center announced on Wednesday that it would be lifting the latest masking requirement Thursday at all its facilities. "This is a result of a sustained decrease in COVID-19, influenza and RSV transmission and people being hospitalized," said Dr. Donald Yealy, chief medical officer of UPMC, in a prepared statement.
Novo Asian Food Hall announces Strip District opening date
PITTSBURGH — A new food hall is opening in Pittsburgh's Strip District. Novo Asian Food Hall opens this Friday. The 8,600-square-foot food hall is located along Smallman Street inside the Terminal Building. It features a bar surrounded by seven Asian dining concepts. Our partners at the Trib gave this...
Bakeware manufacturer building warehouse near former Phillips Power Station
CRESCENT TWP. — A family-owned bakeware manufacturer is building a new 100,000-square-foot warehouse near the former Phillips Power Station. USA Pan and Premier Pan, owned and operated by the Bundy family, are leading manufacturers of commercial and retail cookware, including baking pans, cookie sheets and more. Based in Crescent...
ESPN: Pitt Clinging to NCAA Tournament Bubble Spot
The Pitt Panthers' at-large bid hopes aren't dead yet.
Pittsburgh looks to other cities using tiny house villages to address homelessness
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) -- Pittsburgh continues to work on its idea of managed communities with tiny houses to address homelessness.They have been working on the idea for months to find a way to get people off the streets. The idea is not unique to the Pittsburgh area. Other cities are looking for solutions to the problem.According to city council, there are about 100 other cities across the country that are using the idea to tackle the issue of people without homes. KDKA-TV spoke with a few of them to see how it's working in their neck of the woods. The idea is to...
Get Ready, Pittsburgh! Total Solar Eclipse Coming Our Way in April
The total solar eclipse on April 8, 2024, is anticipated to be a significant event. The moon's shadow will span from Texas to Maine, including Pittsburgh. The shadow will be larger than the 2017 eclipse due to the moon's proximity to Earth. The next similar event in the U.S. will be in 2044.
Altoona man accused of killing mother is back in Blair County, bail denied
ALTOONA, Pa. (WTAJ) — An Altoona man accused of killing his mother by stabbing her was brought back to Blair County and has since had his bail denied. Joshua Leyo, 30, was arrested in Pittsburgh on Valentine’s Day when he jumped from the second floor of Pittsburgh International’s parking garage after allegedly killing his mother, […]